Everett AC Repair

Air Conditioning Repairs in Snohomish County, Marysville, Bellevue, Bothell, & Kirkland

The Pacific Northwest is a beautiful place to live, but it can get downright unbearable during the summer months. When your air conditioning fails, you can't just wait for cooler temperatures to return. There are many reasons why your cooling system may not be working properly, and it's important to get the problem diagnosed and fixed as soon as possible. At Product Air Heating & Cooling, LLC, our expert technicians are committed to providing the highest quality AC repair in Everett and beyond.

Schedule your free estimate by contacting us at (425) 336-3881 today! We proudly offer 24/7 emergency AC repair services in the Everett area and can be there whenever you need us.

How Do I Know If My AC Needs to Be Repaired?

It can be difficult to determine if your AC is malfunctioning or if there are simply settings that need to be adjusted. There are a number of signs that can help you identify whether your cooling system is broken or in need of a little TLC.

Some of the most common signs that your AC needs to be repaired include:

  • Your home is never cool enough
  • Your cooling system runs constantly
  • Your AC makes strange noises
  • Your cooling bills are much higher than usual
  • Your AC fails to cool your home
  • Your home smells musty when your AC is on
  • You need to turn your AC way up to cool your home

If you notice any of these signs, don't hesitate to call our team for an inspection. We'll help you get your cooling system back up and running in no time.

What Are the Signs That Your AC Needs to Be Replaced?

While it's important to have your cooling system repaired if it's simply malfunctioning, it's also important to have it replaced if it's beyond repair. If your AC has been providing you with reliable cooling for many years but is now breaking down regularly, it's time to say goodbye and look for a replacement. There are a number of signs that indicate it's time to get a new cooling system.

Some of the signs that it's time to replace your cooling system include:

  • Your cooling system is over 10 years old
  • Your cooling system is costing you a lot of money in repairs
  • Your cooling system has frequent leaks
  • Your cooling system is leaking Freon
  • Your cooling system is making loud noises when it runs
  • Your cooling system is failing to keep your home cool

If you notice any of these signs, it's time to talk to our team about getting a new cooling system. We can help you select a system that's right for your home and your budget. We'll also work with you to get the most energy-efficient system possible.

Contact us online or give us a call at (425) 336-3881 to schedule a free estimate on your next Everett air conditioning repair service today!

How Do I Know If I Need to Call a Professional for AC Repair?

If your AC is malfunctioning, you should always call a professional for repair services. You can damage your cooling system further or even cause a fire if you attempt to repair it on your own.

Our team of experienced technicians is here to provide you with Everett AC repair that's second to none. We'll diagnose the problem with your cooling system and provide you with an honest assessment of the situation. You can feel confident that we'll never recommend a repair that isn't necessary or that won't provide you with the best possible results.

To learn more about our AC repair services, give our team a call today at (425) 336-3881 or fill out our online contact form today. 

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